Here you'll find recs for fics featuring at least on current or former Pittsburgh Penguins players.
Sid/Geno Exchange 2016 EditThese are only some of the fics from the collection. The full list can be found here.
Sid’s crew is in the business of shipping — mainly. Sometimes, when the shipments from Bettman Corps are slow, they pick up extra shipments, or find things that are misplaced and return them to their rightful owners.
Sid doesn’t like it when he hears the word bounty hunter or vigilante thrown around, because as far as the authorities know, Sid’s crew has done nothing wrong. But it’s common knowledge that if something needs taking care of, the crew of the Pittsburgh can get the job done.
“Sid, dinner?” Geno asks as Sid peels starts stripping off his gear. He smiles at Sid again and Sid’s stomach rolls. “He and I are going to get room service.” Flower says before Sid can say anything. “Soulmate time.”
Zhenya is ten when he stumbles upon Baba Yaga’s hut.
“I-” Sidney starts. He picks at his chapped lips and Zhenya rushes to the nightstand to grab the glass of tepid water there. He holds it while Sidney takes careful sips, free hand hovering behind Sidney’s head. “I don’t have magic.”
Zhenya blinks at him.
“Of course have magic,” he eventually says. Sidney shakes his head and groans.
“We could have been teammates,” Sidney tells Evgeni out of the blue. “If you were drafted.“
It takes Evgeni a second or two to understand. When he does, he rolls his eyes.
“I would have been Capital,” he tells Sidney, because the Capitals had the number one pick that year and the Penguins had the second pick.
A Winter Olympics au
Evgeni Malkin is a star forward and three-time Art Ross Trophy winner. Sidney Crosby is the head chef of Nouma, a Halifax restaurant that boasts two Michelin stars. They cross paths in Pittsburgh.
Of all things, Sidney didn’t think he was allergic to a flower.
The Russian Empire requests the honour of your presence at the marriage of their son, His Illustrious Highness, Prince Evgeni Vladimirovich Malkin to His Royal Highness, Prince Sidney of Canada, Duke of Nova Scotia on Friday morning, 8 September 1854, at half past ten o’clock, in the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Nicholas, Jauresgasse 2, Vienna, Austria Reception from noon until eight o’clock at the Zeremoniensaal of the Hofburg Palace
A wedding does not a marriage make.
On the morning Sidney first met Evgeni Malkin, he opened his bedroom closet to pull out a clean uniform and found a frozen pond instead.
Zhenya rode the Pens charter plane with the rest of the media crew: Michelle and Sam and the ROOT team. He went to bed too late and woke up way too fucking early. “Good thing you’re behind the camera instead of in front of it,” Michelle said one morning. She had a donut from the continental breakfast. Zhenya had two.
“You look like me, too, if you don’t have all that makeup,” Zhenya told her crankily.
ex·tra·cur·ric·u·lar ˌekstrəkəˈrikyələr/ adjective: of an activity at a school or college) pursued in addition to the normal course of study.
Geno is just trying his best to maintain a balance between working in his pet store and moonlighting at his other job when Sidney Crosby walks in to his shop.
Sid is lonely (not that he admits it) and Geno somehow finds himself offering to help Sid raise a puppy.
Considering Geno’s epic crush? It’s probably the worst idea he’s ever had.
Geno stands at the entrance to the VIP lounge and concludes that he and Sid are going to fuck tonight.
Hockey RPF Exchange 2016 Edit
Current Penguins Edit
All the babies Sid and Geno didn't steal.
Sid has a late-night visitor just before the playoffs.
Former Penguins Edit
Ben doesn’t pay much attention to his parent’s tenants while he’s in college and grad school. He’s introduced to some of them when he comes home for holidays, but he’s never around long enough to learn much about them - if they’re quiet, if they leave clothes in the communal dryer for hours, if they’d be as cool with the boyfriends he started bringing home at twenty-two as his family was.
He really only hears stories about them when bad or hilarious things happen. When his mom mentions the new tenant during their weekly phone call, he braces for the worst.
“He’s a very nice young man. Polite. He just moved to town for work,” his mom tells him, and Ben waits for the “but.”
(It never comes.)